Beeshazaar and Associated Lakes lie in the bufferzone of Chitwan National Park, a World Heritage Site, Central, Nepal. This wetlands area is part of Bharandabhar biological corridor, is of international importance. This is a typical oxbow lake system of the sub-tropical inner terai Nepal, serves as a linkage between Chitwan National Park in the South and Mahabharat hills up to Annapurna mountain range in the North. This lake has been listed in Ramsar site since 2003.
The lake is 7.2 km south of East-West highway, provides excellent habitat conditions as water hole and corridor for endangered and rare wild animals. The forested wetland area is a biodiversity rich area, an Important Bird Area (IBA) because of its rich avifaunal diversity